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Here Are The Underclassmen Who Entered The 2016 NFL Draft

Posted Jan 20, 2016

Check out all of the underclassmen who left college early to pursue their professional dreams for the 2016 NFL Draft, which will be in Chicago once again.

Check out all of the underclassmen who left college early to pursue their professional dreams for the 2016 NFL Draft, which will be in Chicago once again.

Monday was the last day for eligible college underclassmen to declare for the 2016 NFL Draft.

Below is an NFL.com provided list of the underclassmen that will be available for selection in this year’s draft, which will take place from April 28-30 in Chicago.

Some of these prospects have already been linked to the Washington Redskins in mock drafts and many of them have the talent to be selected in the first round.

Quarterbacks

-- Jared Goff, Cal 

-- Christian Hackenberg, Penn State 

-- Cardale Jones, Ohio State 

-- Paxton Lynch, Memphis 

Running Backs

-- Peyton Barber, Auburn 

-- Zac Brooks, Clemson 

-- Alex Collins, Arkansas 

-- Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State 

-- Derrick Henry, Alabama 

-- Jordan Howard, Indiana 

-- Keith Marshall, Georgia 

-- Paul Perkins, UCLA 

-- C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame 

-- Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia 

-- Kelvin Taylor, Florida

-- Dwayne Washington, Washington  

-- Jonathan Williams, Arkansas 

Fullbacks

-- Glenn Gronkowski, Kansas State 

Wide Receivers

-- Bralon Addison, Oregon 

-- Demarcus Ayers, Houston 

-- Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh 

-- Daniel Braverman, Western Michigan 

-- Corey Coleman, Baylor 

-- Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina 

-- Thomas Duarte, UCLA 

-- Will Fuller, Notre Dame 

-- Rashard Higgins, Colorado State

-- Cayleb Jones, Arizona  

-- Kenny Lawler, Cal 

-- Roger Lewis, Bowling Green 

-- Jalin Marshall, Ohio State 

-- Marquez North, Tennessee 

-- Demarcus Robinson, Florida 

-- Michael Thomas, Ohio State 

-- Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss 

-- De'Runnya Wilson, Mississippi State 

Tight Ends

-- David Grinnage, North Carolina State 

-- Hunter Henry, Arkansas 

-- Austin Hooper, Stanford 

Offensive Line

-- Caleb Benenoch, UCLA 

-- Shon Coleman, Auburn 

-- Jack Conklin, Michigan State

-- Jerald Hawkins, LSU  

-- Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M 

-- Denver Kirkland, Arkansas 

-- Alex Redmond, UCLA 

-- Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State 

-- Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame 

-- Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss 

-- Avery Young, Auburn

Defensive Line

-- Andrew Billings, Baylor 

-- Joey Bosa, Ohio State 

-- Kenny Clark, UCLA 

-- Maliek Collins, Nebraska 

-- Kamalei Correa, Boise State 

-- Kevin Dodd, Clemson 

-- Willie Henry, Michigan 

-- Quinton Jefferson, Maryland 

-- Austin Johnson, Penn State 

-- Chris Jones, Mississippi State 

-- Darius Latham, Indiana 

-- Shaq Lawson, Clemson 

-- Alex McCalister, Florida 

-- Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland 

-- Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss 

-- Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State 

-- Hassan Ridgeway, Texas 

-- A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

-- Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky 

-- Ron Thompson, Syracuse 

-- Vincent Valentine, Nebraska  

Linebackers

-- Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma 

-- Travis Blanks, Clemson 

-- Beniquez Brown, Mississippi State 

-- Su'a Cravens, USC

-- Leonard Floyd, Georgia 

-- Myles Jack, UCLA 

-- Darron Lee, Ohio State 

-- Steve Longa, Rutgers 

-- Brett McMakin, Northern Iowa 

-- Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame 

-- Nick Vigil, Utah State 

-- Stephen Weatherly, Vanderbilt 

-- Scooby Wright, Arizona 

Cornerbacks

-- Mackensie Alexander, Clemson 

-- Eli Apple, Ohio State 

-- Artie Burns, Miami 

-- Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech 

-- Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

-- Xavien Howard, Baylor 

-- Damontae Kazee, San Diego State 

-- Rashard Robinson, LSU 

-- KeiVarae Russell, Notre Dame 

-- Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma 

-- Corey Tindal, Marshall 

-- Cleveland Wallace III, San Jose State 

-- Daryl Worley, West Virginia 

Safeties

-- T.J. Green, Clemson 

-- Keanu Neal, Florida 

-- Tyvis Powell, Ohio State 

Defensive Backs

-- Vonn Bell, Ohio State

-- Jayron Kearse, Clemson 

-- Jalen Ramsey, Florida State 

Punters

-- Eric Enderson, Delaware 

Kickers

-- Roberto Aguayo, Florida State 

Check back with Redskins.com for full updates on the 2016 NFL Draft.

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